Rugby Spread Betting: Folau signs two-year contract with ARU

Israel FolauMany rugby spread betting fans were relieved to learn that Israel Folau put an end to lingering talks about returning to rugby league when he signed a new two-year contract with the Australian Rugby Union.

Pay per head services saw that Folau, who in June made a huge impact with two tries on his international debut against the British and Irish Lions, was courted by several NRL teams.

The 24-year-old winger, who started his career in rugby league, and who made his Test debut when he was 18-years-old, won many State Of Origin series with Queensland before making a move to Aussie Rules with the GWS Giants, and was always a favorite with rugby spread betting fans.

Pay per head services and rugby betting UK services saw that at the end of 2012, Folau joined rugby union’s New South Wales Waratahs, and his impact in the sport was so big, that the player earned an international call for the Lions series.

He said: “I’ve really enjoyed my first year for the Waratahs and being with the Wallabies.

“Next year is going to be an exciting year for both and I’ve still got more to offer. That’s the reason I decided to stay.

Rugby spread betting fans can’t wait to see how the player will perform next year, and they don’t doubt that he’ll do a great job for his side.

“The Rugby World Cup (2015) is definitely a drawcard. To be part of that would be an awesome experience, but that’s a long way away and we have a lot to achieve in the meantime.

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“I really enjoy what I am doing at the moment with rugby, and looking down the track there’s a lot of exciting things coming up – I want to be a part of that.”

Rugby betting UK and price per head services believe that Folau made a very good decision to sign the new contract, and that a great future awaits the player. His progress will be closely monitored by rugby spread betting fans, and they can’t wait to see him continue to shine on the pitch.